Summary: Let me preface with the fact that I am only about 3 hours into the game. However, I think I have a good handle on the game since I've played role-playing games for years on different systems. I'll start with the biggest 'pro' I can for the game.
Summary: I will admit, I was rather hyped for this game. 2D sprites don't bother me, as I've greatly enjoyed Ar Tonelico and the Atelier Iris series on PS2 and I'm always down for a JPRG (Japanese Role-Playing Game) no matter how old school it may be.
Summary: What a shame. I love the "Disgaea" series, I really dig the "Atelier Iris/ Mana Khemia" series (with one major exception), and I really liked "Darkstalkers" back in the day. So, when I heard there was a game with all of these elements combined (together with two others of which I know nothing), I...
Summary: After FINALLY beating this game and getting the True End, I have to say that this game is the most painful, tedious, annoying rpg that I have ever played, even beating out some of the old-school SNES titles.
Summary: Short review. I am about an hour from getting the true ending (thanks to a guide) but I have no clue whats going on storyline wise. Thats because a 1/3 of the time, the game freezes during a dialogue scene. I've tried auto setting and manual setting to no avail.
Summary: This game requires too much grinding to be any fun. Weapons are weak, so you have to spend an enormous amount of time grinding up to be able to survive in the next level. During battles, you should have a book to read while you wait for the enemies to attack, round after round after round, until you...
Mediocre gameplay, good choice of characters, awesome music!
Aykut SIGIN, Amazon
15 October 2009
Summary: The gameplay mechanics are the worst part of this game. I'm sure that if it were made in another genre, it would shine as one of the best games for PS3. It's quite difficult to play it as it is now, however. The music is top-notch, I have it on my computer and listen to it all the time.
Summary: I will admit, I was rather hyped for this game. 2D sprites don't bother me, as I've greatly enjoyed Ar Tonelico and the Atelier Iris series on PS2 and I'm always down for a JPRG, no matter how old school it may be. However, what I found was something that ended up disappointing me.
Excerpt: Cross edge is a japanese role playing game that uses the familiar turnbased battle system with a "combo boost" attack to make things more interesting. Graphics The graphics in general are ok, however given that this is a PS3 game you can't help but feel disappointed.
Pros: Downloadable Extras From The Playstation Network